In episode 136,Scott Schara helps us process what discernment looks like in the midst of suffering. It’s often said “hindsight is 20/20”, and what we can discern in retrospect is too often mired in confusion when we are sitting in suffering. Scott has navigated this as he’s processed the death of his daughter during a hospital stay. The more he has looked into her hospital records, the more he has come to believe it was not an accident. How does one respond in that space? How does one forgive? And how do we grow the ability to discern when our suffering is deep and complex, and we are at the end of ourselves?
How can you invite Spirit-led discernment today?
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